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Speedster's rapid rise

WHILE Rowan Lutter's summer of cricket has been curtailed somewhat by injury, brother Sean has been near unstoppable.

He sees his move to Central Districts as a big contributor to his success.

"It definitely has been," he said.

"I have been enjoying it.

"There's been good opportunities."

For Sean, those opportunities have translated into some impressive performances for the Ipswich Logan Hornets second grade team in the Brisbane grade competition.

"Plunkett Cup too," he said of his breakthrough into senior representative cricket for Ipswich.

"It has been noticed by Ipswich Logan. I've had a couple of games with them."

His goal now is to try to crack the first grade team.

On Sunday he played for the South Queensland Country under-19 team that lost to North Queensland at Allan Border Field.

Sean opened the bowling, dismissed one of the North Queensland openers but was taken off after four overs and not given another bowl.

"I don't know what the captain was doing," he said.

"I started off pretty well."

Despite that, he still earned selection in the Queensland Country team to play the Queensland under-17s at Allan Border Field on November 26-28.

"It must have been a good four overs," he said.

"I was disappointed we lost and I couldn't really help out."

Topics:  central districts, ipswich logan hornets




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